Trump Promises ‘Christian Visibility Day’ in Response to Biden’s ‘Trans Visibility Day’


After President Biden declared the “Transgender Day of Visibility” on Easter Sunday, former president Trump pledged to create a “Christian Visibility Day”.

Trump’s supporters in Green Bay, Wisconsin asked him Tuesday: “What the hell did Biden think when he announced that Easter Sunday was a trans-visibility day?”

The Republican presidential candidate has pledged to declare Nov. 5 “Christian Visibility Day” if he is elected.

The name of the day will change on November 5th. Trump announced that it was Christian Visibility Day to thunderous applause.

Trump made his remarks after President Biden observed the “Transgender Day of Visibility”, celebrated on March 31, which fell on Easter Sunday this year.

Biden received criticism when his annual transgender day fell on Easter Sunday. Easter Sunday is one of the most important and holy days for Christians, as they celebrate Jesus Christ’s resurrection.

Karoline Leavitt, the national press secretary of Trump’s campaign, called “Trans Day of Visibility” “appalling”, and “insulting”.

Leavitt said that the announcement made by the president was an example of the Biden administration’s “years-long assault on the Christian Faith.”

In a recent statement, the White House claimed that criticism of the ‘Transgender Day of Visibility’, which coincided with Easter, had caused division.

In the statement, it was stated that “President Biden, as a Christian who celebrates Easter with his family at home, is committed to bringing Americans together and upholding their freedoms and dignity.” “It’s not surprising to see politicians using cruel, hateful, and dishonest words to weaken and divide our country. President Biden won’t abuse his faith for political purposes or profit. “